Assessing the mastery of a skill is an important part of
any lesson. Many fundamental motor skills are combined to
create the more complex motor skills. If a fundamental skill is not
mastered, it will affect the development of other skills as well.
In this discussion forum you will explain how you would observe, document, and assess a fundamental motor skill. Choose a fundamental motor skill that you will assess. It can be a skill previously discussed in this course or one that has not been discussed.
- First, provide a brief explanation of the skill and activity
used to practice the skill. List all of the aspects of the skill
that you will be looking for during the lesson, including the
student’s body and space awareness and quality of movement (e.g.,
balance, movement from one place to another, moving more than one
body part at a time).
- Then, discuss how you plan to observe and document during the
- Finally, include a rubric that you have created to assess the mastery of this skill. You can find a guide for assistance with rubrics here. ( ATTACH BELOW)
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